Join us for a Civic Dinners conversation exploring the values and visions of Covington residents regarding the IRS site and the heart of the city’s downtown.
The City of Covington invites you to join a Reconnect Covington conversation exploring the values and visions of Covington residents regarding the IRS site, a 23-acre parcel of land located on the riverfront in the heart of the city’s downtown.
From February through April, dozens of dinners will take place across Covington as part of a collective visioning process that aims to bring diverse ideas and shared visions to the table. These dinners along with planned public meetings will allow ample opportunities for people to share their vision for the future of the IRS site.
Your participation in tonight’s dinner will help City of Covington and the Cooper Carry team develop a brilliant master plan for the IRS site.
WHAT IS A CIVIC DINNER?
A Civic Dinner is a conversation over dinner, with a host, 6-10 guests, three big questions, with equal time to share and one voice at a time. The questions are provided to the host in advance and a follow-up email is automatically sent to all guests and hosts that help collect key insights from the dinner.
HOST A CIVIC DINNER
Gather 6-10 friends, peers, colleagues and neighbors for dinner for a conversation exploring a new vision for the IRS site.
Need more information? Or interested in hosting?
INTERESTED IN HOSTING A CIVIC DINNER?
Share your name and contact information and we'll be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Thanks so much for your interest in joining us at the table for a conversation that matters.